Below you’ll see proof of this method working very effectively for us. U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team have used this with several players on since FIFA 15 and 16 as well as getting it working superbly on both 19 and 18. The market rules won’t change significantly so that is why this trading guide is absolutely brilliant.
Player price of 500 coins (coin total requirement: 5k-15k):
The first player U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team chose on FIFA 20 for this method was Leroy Fer. U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team found that he was a good all-round midfielder: strong, relatively quick, great defensive stats, great in the air and good work rates. He was selling for around 550-700 coins. Therefore U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team deducted 5% EA tax (35 coins if sold at 700) and then 10% (70 coins) to find the sort of profit U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team could be making. Looking at selling at 700 U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team therefore knew that any card U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team could buy under 450 coins meant U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team would be looking at 215 coins per sale and then if U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team could pick up for 400 or 350 coins then obviously that margin increases. U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team then bid on as many up until an hour as possible:
So U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team placed bids on 2 pages worth of Leroy Fer cards at 350 – 450 coins and luckily for us; U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team won 14 of these cards. After sending the Expired players to our Transfer List, U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team then decided to list each player for 650 start price and 700 BIN. Because it was the weekend and U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had a spare few hours (whilst watching the football) U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team listed for 1 hour.
After a couple of hours of dipping in and out of the market U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had nearly 7 pages of players to list, after listing these over the next couple of hours U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had sold 36 of the Fer’s U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had listed meaning that after just 1 hour U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had made just over 7,500 coins. The beauty of this method is that you can repeat it all day long and as U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team have advised; do this with several players at once and you’re looking at around 4-5,000 coins per hour (plus any other methods you might have going on at the same time, like U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team do).
Player price of between 1200-1500 coins (coin total requirement: 20k-35k):
The player U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team decided upon for this was Romelu Lukaku. Using the same steps outlined when trading with Fer U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team bud on 25 players of his card at 1,100 each (his going rate was between 1,500 – 1,700 coins). This would mean (if U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team won at 1,100) that U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team would be looking at 75 coins off a sale price of 1,500 (his lower-end price to ensure quick turnover) so a gross profit of 325 coins per player. After playing a few games and checking back after the hour, U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had only won 8 of the 25 U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had bid on and this was during off-peak hours so you can see how competitive the market has become as the game mode has become more popular. So, U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team listed all 8 at the price above and listed on a slightly longer auction before going to bed. 6 out of the 8 players sold, therefore making 6 x 325 coins. 1,950 coins total profit.
Player price of 5000/6000 coins (coin total requirement: 60k-120k):
As U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team have demonstrated and explained, the mass bidding technique works brilliantly with the lower end market value players, but U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team also want to demonstrate that it works with more expensive players. By applying exactly the same steps as before, U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team can show you just how easy it is to make decent coins with a player worth around 5/6k or even more if you have the coins at your disposal.
Another player which U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team researched and knew was listed in high volume was Juventus’ Paul Pogba. U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team found that his going rate was around the 6,000 coin mark so deducting EA tax which would equate to 300 coins U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team knew would make a decent amount of profit by purchasing Pogba between 4,500 -5,000 coins. So U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team would then bid on as many as U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team could under that price (because U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had 950,000 coins) and check back after 1 hour to see how many U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team had won.
Please note: With popular players who play in popular leagues, for popular teams such as Pogba at Man Utd it is much harder to win these auctions so if using these players be sure to mass bid outside of peak hours (see this diagram for more details). If you try this during peak hours you’ll have to a) watch the bids you’ve made or b) bid slightly higher than your usual amount. If you don’t you’ll be largely wasting your time bidding in the first place.
This is just another great example of how mass bidding can help you increase your coin total for a fairly limited amount of time invested.
This is a method U4GM FIFA 20 Coins Team use every day. Think about it, EA takes 5% of your sale, therefore, even if you’re selling a player for 4,000 coins, EA will only take 200 coins from that total. Hardly anything and if you look at selling at 1,000 coins, they take a measly 50 coins. It is a great way to make the regular income of around 300-1000 coins depending on how much you invest, replayer. You can easily sell 100 players per day if you relist around 6-10 times per day. Look at an average of 400 coins per player and that is 40,000 coins per day. We advise trading outside of peak hours and also reducing your profit margins if you are struggling to get this method working for you.